Jan 30, 2020
Health psychologist, Stanford
University lecturer, and author Kelly McGonigal joins Mado for
a closer look at understanding the science behind the Joy of
Movement from the perspective of a yoga teacher and yoga
practitioner. The two also discuss how yoga teachers can use the
information provided by the science to improve their classes and
bring more joy to their students.
- Kelly’s personal yoga story and what ultimately
lead her to write the Joy of Movement.
therapeutic value of community and collective movement
teaching yoga can build your skill sets in many different ways that
often extend beyond the yoga classroom.
- Understanding why it feels so good to do yoga
in a group experience according to science.
to take this information and use it to structure your yoga classes
and respond to your students in the moment.
- Specific techniques to enhance the synchrony of
the group and the direct experience of the joy of moving with
introduction to the psychology of movement and how different
postures affect our brain and mood.
to help people begin and commit to joyful movement in their
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